Think you're planning the
In our experience with
speaking with many brides, as well as interactions
with guests at weddings and even being wedding
guests ourselves. We let you know the common
complaints we get to hear at weddings.
This article are the
responses that we've compiled from clients and guests
alike when attending weddings. Although it is your day, do
spare a thought for the guests coming. They also
include comments about some of the wedding vendors
that you might end up using. Disagree or agree, nevertheless we hope
it helps you.
So many couples think that the only way
to get a dream wedding is to buy it and that's not
the case. A Wedding where the couple have put
thought rather than cash, into everything is so much
more impressive to guests.
What a miserable
photographer they had and it looks like he's just
rolled out of bed looking unshaven and untidy.
- Don't have very long
receiving lines - only allow the important people to
be in this line.
- Think about timings
for the ceremony and not leave them too late - a
late ceremony will impact on the running of the day.
- Don't have long
pauses between the ceremony, wedding breakfast and
reception times, guests will start to wander.
- Try not to let too
many guests see you before the ceremony, coming down
the aisle is the magic moment to see you.
- Have everything
decorated and prepared before guests arrive at the
church. Not doing so and having people running
around while guests sit around looks informal and
- Do have a table plan
- Cash bars - if you
can afford it, at least buy the 1st round of drinks
- Refrain from drinking
until after the speeches
- Ensure you try and
keep partners together at tables, especially those
with new dates.
- Be careful on handing out "lots" of cigars, in a
small room, the smoke can be almost unbearable
- Cake Smashing in your face - try to avoid it,
might be an in-joke with the few people who might
know it but makes many other people wonder if the
relationship will last.
- Discuss with the DJ on what level of Cheese you
want and absolute NO-NO's. (incidentally DJSPACEBAR
does not own the chicken dance in our collection)
- Guests should know to
bring along the confetti (but a hint well before to
the ushers and bridesmaid will ensure there will be
"Nothing makes a
wedding better than a bride and a groom who are
smiling and clearly enjoying themselves. It's